• September 2010
    Thank you for this. Gives food for thought. Reminds me of my improv classes (raising the stakes, they called it).
  • April 2010
    Interesting you should bring this up. I believe there are very logical reasons for women to be reluctant networkers and wrote a post about this on my blog:...
  • January 2010
    One thing holds true for self-publishing - and is now becoming a necessity with traditional publishing also. The more of a network you have, especially if it's stacked with people who are rooting for you and encouraging you, and can pass the word to...
  • January 2010
    You are so right about writing in many formats. Some of the pieces I'm most proud of were published online. Unfortunately I wasn't paid for them, though.
  • December 2009
    now that sounds interesting. I want to check it out. Too bad you won't be coming to Toronto!
  • November 2009
    There are many other works I'd like to add to the list, especially in CanLit, which I am most familiar with. Here is a small sample: - Critical Injuries, by Joan Barfoot, ISBN-10: 1552633470 - Late Nights on Air, by Elizabeth Hay (Giller 2007),...
  • November 2009
    The Year of the Flood, Margaret Atwood
  • November 2009
    Margaret Atwood came out with The Year of the Flood in 2009. It's a vivid rendering of post-apocalyptic Earth, this time told from the point of view of two female protagonists. Her previous work was just as gripping: Oryx and Crake, published in...

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